The city’s strong tourism performance continues to make Cairns one of Queensland’s job creation hot spots, the latest Labour force figures have revealed.
Mines Minister Dr Anthony Lynham today welcomed the commissioning of Santos’ $400 million Scotia Project in the Bowen basin near Roma in south-west Queensland.
The Palaszczuk Government has publicly released a comprehensive review into Queensland’s Biodiscovery laws which, for the first time, includes recognition of traditional knowledge.
Australia needs a long-term national solution for the waste and recycling industry, Environment Minister Leeanne Enoch said today at the Queensland waste forum in Bundaberg.
Community organisations can benefit from grants of up to $35,000 thanks to the Palaszczuk Government’s Gambling Community Benefit Fund’s (GCBF) latest round of grants, which opens today.
The Palaszczuk Government is pleased to announce the successful dive operators who will conduct recreational diving activities on ex-HMAS Tobruk site once it has been scuttled as a world-class dive wreck later this year.
Queensland’s fishing sector is about to go to new technological heights, with developers invited to create two software applications.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Education Minister Grace Grace have today launched a suite of initiatives to support reading, writing and strengthen children’s literacy at Nundah State School.
The Palaszczuk Government’s commitment to continuing downward pressure on electricity prices was reflected in ABS statistics today which showed a 4.8 per cent drop in prices in Brisbane in the last quarter.
Elite women’s rugby league will take centre stage on the Gold Coast in June with the NRL today revealing Owen Park at Southport will host the Harvey Norman Women’s National Championship in June.
The Palaszczuk Government has today welcomed the Federal Government’s decision to finally fund the Cooroy to Curra Section D Bruce Highway upgrade.
A new Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) Roundtable has met in Brisbane for the first time to provide advice to the Palaszczuk Government and put issues facing LGBTI Queenslanders and their families under the spotlight.
Queensland’s international education sector continues to go from strength to strength with enrolments growing more than 10 per cent in the last year.
Supporting and promoting Queensland businesses is top of the agenda for Deputy Premier and Treasurer Jackie Trad on her trade and investment mission to the Middle East.
A taskforce consisting of industry and commercial experts will evaluate the management of State Government venues as part of Queensland’s first Sport and Active Recreation Strategy, due to be released by the end of 2018.
The Palaszczuk Government is encouraging the community to reconsider the number of everyday single-use plastic items they use to help reduce plastic pollution in recognition of Earth Day today.
The tireless dedication of Queensland’s foster and kinship carers is being recognised this week (22-28 April) as Queenslanders celebrate the tremendous effort more than 5300 carer families put in each and every day to keep vulnerable Queensland children safe.
Queensland’s future leaders have assembled at Parliament House for the state’s 23rd Youth Parliament.
Queensland secondary students are being recognised alongside some of the world’s most acclaimed visual artists, with their artworks showcased at Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) in Brisbane.
Queensland’s innovation festival Myriad will host a ground-breaking creative think tank this Saturday dedicated to finding solutions to help eliminate plastics and other marine debris from the Great Barrier Reef.
The founder and the first CEO of Google Ventures will be on board Myriad Air alongside leading entrepreneurs and investors from Silicon Valley bound for Brisbane next month.
North Queensland’s Nywaigi People, operators of the award-winning Mungalla Station tourist attraction, now hold the native title rights to the land and waters where their legends have been formed.
The Palaszczuk Government wants to know the detailed impact of a proposed National Energy Guarantee --- including on power prices and carbon emissions --- before it will back it.
A potential drug to treat motor neurone disease (MND) is set to emerge from a partnership between The University of Queensland and the Queensland Government.
The Gold Coast will continue as a focal point for major international sporting and business events as the legacy of the Commonwealth Games continues to take shape.